April 15 Update: Regalia Cost and Trusting Our Sovereign God in Uncertain Times

April 15, 2020 |

For He will hide me in His shelter in the day of trouble; He will conceal me under the cover of His tent;
He will lift me high upon a rock. (Psalm 27:5)

Today’s brief update — sent during an unseasonable SNOW squall here in Cedarville — includes clarification on regalia cost, gazing upon our sovereign God, and tomorrow in chapel.

Regalia Costs – We’ve had some questions about the cost of regalia for students who are graduating, so we wanted to try and clarify. Typically regalia is included in students’ $75 commencement fee. Since the University has waived the commencement fee this year, students will be responsible for the cost of their regalia (which is about $25 less than the commencement fee). We apologize for the confusion!

Today in Chapel – We were blessed by a message from Dr. Dan DeWitt today, reminding us from Psalm 103 that during times of uncertainty, we must cast our gaze upon God and remember that He is sovereign. If you missed it, watch it now.

Dan DeWitt speaking

Tomorrow in Chapel – Join us at 10 a.m. via Facebook Live or the chapel livestream for a rebroadcast of a message from Dr. Mark Dever, Senior Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, titled “The Basics of Discipleship.”

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